Alder: Masculine; I wouldn't use it, because I know some cities and towns have "aldermen/women" at least in the U.S., so I think it would sound a little funny.Ash
: Either ; For a boy a GP (Isn't that the kid from Pokemon's name?)Aspen
: Either; I actually think I'd really like this on a girl.
Birch: Not really usable, IMO.Cedar
: Masculine, though I wouldn't use it.Cherry
: Feminine, but I wouldn't use it... almost... too sexual in connotation for my taste.
Cypress: Either, but I'd rather see it on a girl.Ebony
: Not really loving it... but I have had a girl in some of my college classes named this.
Elm: Not really usable.
Hawthorn: USE IT. MALE, all the way. :)Hazel
: I do love it, and feminine.Holly
: I'd use it, feminine.Juniper
: Feminine, usable. :)Laurel
: Blah... useable, but I'm so sick of Laur- anything... Laura
... too many around here. (Lorelei
is the exception. :) )Lilac
: Useable, feminine.Linden
: Useable, male.Magnolia
: Like it, feminine.
Maple: Like it, masculine.
Oak: I just don't like the sound of it.Olive
: Usable, female.
Plum: Not liking it...Rowan
: Useable, either sex.Sequoia
: Useable, feminine. Someone in my yoga class has a daughter named this. I didn't like it before that, but it is growing on me.
Spruce: Not really liking it.
Sumac: Not really liking it.Willow
: Usable, feminine.
& Aspen Gwendolen
would be how I would use them. :)